DiscLabel 5.0 Features High Quality Clip Art Library

San Francisco, CA – November 14, 2007 – SmileOnMyMac released
DiscLabel 5.0, the latest version of its award-winning CD/DVD label
design software for Mac OS X. This major upgrade features a new clip
art library, as well as enhanced layer effects and additional

A fully-functional demo version is available at

The new clip art library offers more than 1300 items that are accessed
via a special clip art browser. The clip art is tagged with keywords
that can be searched using the built-in Spotlight module. The clip art
files come from the Open Clip Art Library, an archive of more than
7000 user-contributed images that can be freely used. Users can
download additional artwork from the Open Clip Art Library and access
it via DiscLabel’s clip art browser. For more information about the
Open Clip Art Library project, visit http://www.openclipart.org.

DiscLabel 5.0 features other enhancements, including additional
templates and simplified image import. Layer effects now allow all
objects, including text, to have special graphical effects applied to

The release comes in time for the holiday season. “If you like to make
personalized CDs and DVDs as holiday gifts, DiscLabel can give the
labels and packaging a special touch,” said Philip Goward, co-founder
of SmileOnMyMac.

DiscLabel 5.0 costs $35.95. The DiscLabel Family Pack, for up to 5
computers in one household, is $54.95. Upgrades from earlier versions
of DiscLabel are $15.00, and free to users who purchased after August
1, 2007. DiscLabel 5.0 requires Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) or later, and
is compatible with Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard).

What’s new in DiscLabel 5.0:
– High quality scalable clip art (1300+ items, additional 12MB
– Advanced tag and keyword browsing interface for clip art
– More templates for greater design flexibility
– Layer effects allow all objects, including text, to have special
graphical effects applied to them
– Simplified image import user interface
– Spotlight module for indexing tagged scalable vector graphics (SVG)
clip art
– Various other fixes and improvements

DiscLabel features:
– Start with a pre-designed template, or make your own
– Import track lists from iTunes, iPhoto, iDVD, Finder, and Toast
– Import images from iTunes, iPhoto, iDVD and Finder
– Multiple layers, drawing tools and gradients for creating custom
– Print to most label and paper types
– Use with direct-to-CD printers and printable CDs / DVDs
– Use with LightScribe Direct Disc Labeling
– Purchase high-quality labels & supplies directly from the DiscLabel
– Download additional templates via the Internet
– Include (and edit!) multi-line text laid out in a circle
– Automate label creation with AppleScript
– Available in English, Japanese, German, Italian, and French

– Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) and later. Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) compatible.

DiscLabel Pricing:
$35.95; Family Pack: $54.95 (up to 5 computers in one household)
Upgrade from earlier versions of DiscLabel: $15

Site licenses are available at reasonable rates. Contact
support@disclabel.com for information and rates.

For more information about DiscLabel, please visit:

SmileOnMyMac makes creative productivity software for Mac OS X, such
as PDFpen, the PDF editing tool that was rated 4 mice by Macworld;
DiscLabel,the Macworld Eddy award-winning CD label design program;
PageSender,feature-rich fax software that also received an Eddy;
TextExpander, the typing shortcut tool, and BrowseBack, the visual web
history tool that won Best of Show at Macworld 2006. All SmileOnMyMac
products are available to download free at